Here is another week of organizing the defensive statistics and attempting to make recommendations based on your QB, WR, or TE’s matchup. This data may have an extra significance because byes start this week. For example if you have Jason Witten, you can sort this table to rank teams by most points given up to […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
We now have three weeks of football action to analyze. Hopefully we can put the additional data to good use and make some good lineup recommendations this week. Last week the data was able to be sorted by the column of your choice. This additional option can be very helpful as you use the data […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
There is a constant struggle to slice, dice, and crunch the statistics in a way that is most helpful for you. The struggle this week was about if we should continue to use 2010 stats or rely only on the two weeks of 2011. While a solid argument can be made for using the second […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
In an attempt to help determine which quarterback, wide receiver, and/or tight end to start in week one we have sliced and diced some statistics. The stats we are using are the last six games of last season. With numerous off season moves there are some inaccuracies with using the data to predict 2011 outcomes. […]Please, blog, may I have some more?